Two-time state champ honored


Aislyn Hayman, pictured second from left, was recently honored by the Mason County Commission for becoming the first female in PPHS history to win two state championships in the same meet after conquering the Class AA field in both the shot put and discus finals during the 2017 WVSSAC track and field championships. Commissioner Rick Handley also noted Hayman, a graduate with the PPHS Class of 2017, never missed a day of school, with Mason County Schools Superintendent Jack Cullen remarking on her “work ethic” as an athlete and a student. She plans on attending Marshall University on a track scholarship where she will major in exercise science. Hayman thanked her parents, Tate and Damia, for their constant support. Also pictured, Commissioners Sam Nibert, Tracy Doolittle and Handley.


Aislyn Hayman, pictured second from left, was recently honored by the Mason County Commission for becoming the first female in PPHS history to win two state championships in the same meet after conquering the Class AA field in both the shot put and discus finals during the 2017 WVSSAC track and field championships. Commissioner Rick Handley also noted Hayman, a graduate with the PPHS Class of 2017, never missed a day of school, with Mason County Schools Superintendent Jack Cullen remarking on her “work ethic” as an athlete and a student. She plans on attending Marshall University on a track scholarship where she will major in exercise science. Hayman thanked her parents, Tate and Damia, for their constant support. Also pictured, Commissioners Sam Nibert, Tracy Doolittle and Handley.

Aislyn Hayman, pictured second from left, was recently honored by the Mason County Commission for becoming the first female in PPHS history to win two state championships in the same meet after conquering the Class AA field in both the shot put and discus finals during the 2017 WVSSAC track and field championships. Commissioner Rick Handley also noted Hayman, a graduate with the PPHS Class of 2017, never missed a day of school, with Mason County Schools Superintendent Jack Cullen remarking on her “work ethic” as an athlete and a student. She plans on attending Marshall University on a track scholarship where she will major in exercise science. Hayman thanked her parents, Tate and Damia, for their constant support. Also pictured, Commissioners Sam Nibert, Tracy Doolittle and Handley.
http://mydailyregister.aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/24/2017/07/web1_7.2-PPR-Aislyn.jpgAislyn Hayman, pictured second from left, was recently honored by the Mason County Commission for becoming the first female in PPHS history to win two state championships in the same meet after conquering the Class AA field in both the shot put and discus finals during the 2017 WVSSAC track and field championships. Commissioner Rick Handley also noted Hayman, a graduate with the PPHS Class of 2017, never missed a day of school, with Mason County Schools Superintendent Jack Cullen remarking on her “work ethic” as an athlete and a student. She plans on attending Marshall University on a track scholarship where she will major in exercise science. Hayman thanked her parents, Tate and Damia, for their constant support. Also pictured, Commissioners Sam Nibert, Tracy Doolittle and Handley.

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